Sea Breeze Village
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... the smell of **** and curry or listening to someone snore! Anyways.. The cabin what got taken to (the posh one with a door, that locked!) had an English couple in *pheww* they were lovely, we had a good gas before we tucked down for the night, we each had a pillow, blanket and two sheets to make our bed up. I gave Scott two of the ravel tablets, didn't think he would sleep because he was on top bunk and apparently they rock quite a bit, mind I was rocked back to sleep a ...
... my Dad and see the Dalai Lama and more, can’t wait. Work is going well as well learnt a lot to take forward and hopefully use when I get back to the UK! Also starting to pick up a few perks from the job, off to see some IPL Cricket tomorrow! (And Tuesday… I think). The stadium is near Cubbon Park so easy enough to get to and got prime seats looking down the wicket.
As I’ve been here 8 weeks now I thought I’d attempt some home cooking as ...
I am faced with a dilemma. One month is too short of time to be here and really get into practice and take in the teachings that come slowly each day. It takes time to connect with Marci and Rolf and for them to get to know your practice habits. I have commitments at home and it is hard to be away from Laird so long. So I must go home, will stay longer next time. Yesterday, Marci was very blunt with a student who ...
It was hot and humid and lush and music was playing and it felt like a party.
We woke and got ready to go ashore, no plans, but went to breakfast and met a couple of ladies. A mom and daughter, Sue and Dawn asked us if we'd be interested in joining their group of people. We did and it was a great day!
When we got off the ship, the music was filling the air and one of the Indian men from the ship, a younger man born in Scotland, but of ...
... to the beach and the place looked nice enough. So after checking in, we checked out the beach. Nat was impressed with all the goings on, bars that lined the beach, sun loungers as far as the eye could see and lots of (middle to old aged) tourists. Izzy thought it could have been Benidorm looking at it and the white sand and blue sea she was hoping for was nowhere to be seen. However we settled in with a beer and a cocktail and had some food after ...